This interdisciplinary, exploratory agenda focuses on maturing ‘low carbon’ innovations and policy for agroenergy and, often competing, localised social technologies in food and energy production in south Goias state and northern UK. It does so through two exploratory field visits and two subsequent collaborative pilot research periods. Funded by Newton Fund, RCUK-CONFAP
A scoping project between engineers and social sciences to produce food and energy while creating dignified work in sites in Brazil and UK.
|Short title||work, water and food in the energy frontiers|
|Effective start/end date||12/02/15 → 12/02/16|
- ESRC (Economic and Social Research Council): £47,834.00